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Ohio Muslim indicted for attempting to provide support to ISIS

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Another Muslim in America who “misunderstands” Islam? Methinks not. It is the Islamic apologists who misunderstand and the Muslim taqiyya merchants who sell the filthy kuffar that vicious bill of goods.

Why do mosques have so much difficulty training Muslims in the proper understanding of Islam, if jihad terror is a misunderstanding of Islam? And where are American Muslims teaching against the ideology that gave rise to it? Right now, nothing is being done to stop jihad recruiting in US mosques, even as several hundred young Muslims from the US have gone to wage jihad for the Islamic State.

Ohio — home to the jihad Noor mosque in Columbus, whose members spied on one of their former congregants, Rifqa Bary, and told her parents that she had converted out of Islam and they had better straighten her out. Her father threatened to kill before she fled to safety in Florida.

“Ohio man indicted for attempting to provide support to ISIS,” WLWT, May 11, 2017:

CINCINNATI — A grand jury has indicted an Ohio man on a charge of attempting to provide material support or resources to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS, federal officials said.

Laith Waleed Alebbini, 26, of Dayton, was arrested April 26 at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Officials said Alebbini, a citizen of Jordan and a legal permanent resident of the United States as of April 2014, attempted to travel to Syria via a flight to Turkey or Jordan in order to fight with the Islamic State group against Syrian leadership.

He was arrested in January for unlawful entry into the Turkish Embassy in Washington, D.C. He refused to say why he was on the property, but officials said Alebbini muttered, “You are going to regret this” while he was escorted off the property….

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